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Taking a CPD Course

Welcome to Family Law Week's step-by-step guide to taking a CPD course.

Step 1
You'll need a Family Law Week account to subscribe to our CPD. If you don't have one, click here for our guide to creating an account.

In the top right hand corner of the screen, enter your username and password and click the logon button.

Step 2
You're now logged on and the top right corner will now look like this.

Step 3
On the left hand navigation menu, click on 'Current CPD Courses'



Step 4
You will now see a list of all of our current CPD courses. Please choose the one you would like to take by clicking on its name.

















Step 5
You'll now see a screen similar to the one below. To start the course, click the text that says 'Take this course'.








Step 6
You will now see the first question of your chosen course. To read the judgment upon which the question is based simply click on the case name and this will automatically open the Judgment. You may want to open it in a new window so that you can keep the CPD on screen while you read. (You can do this by right clicking on the case name and choosing 'Open in New Window' from the menu)










Step 7
To select your answer click the button next to the answer you have chosen. Then click the purple 'next question' button to carry on to the next question.


Step 8

Once you have worked through each question and have answered the last question, click the 'submit course for marking button'.












Step 9
If you didn't answer enough answers correctly, then you will see a screen like this one. Don't worry though, you can retake the course and all your correct answers will have been stored! You can retake the course as many times as you wish.

Step 10
If you have passed the course, you will see a screen like this one.



Step 11
You can scroll down to review the correct answers and you can also click on the print button to print a copy of your result for your records.

Click here for our guide to the advanced features of Family Law Week's CPD.

Please click here if you'd like to view our other step-by-step guides.